CastExpo 2019 - Read our review
Hello Atlanta, a former Olympic City
Synchro ERP had an exceptional show!
Running from April 27 to April 30, this beautiful city presented the perfect setting for the 2019 edition of Cast Expo.
This year’s show marked a very special one for Synchro ERP and our booth, the best we have ever presented provided the perfect launchpad to our latest – and much anticipated - developments of the software as we not only very proudly released the preview of our brand new Integrated Financials but also v3 of our SF App offering unprecedented levels of Shop Floor integration.
This was also the perfect opportunity to catch up with existing as well as potential customers and we feel a little overwhelmed but delighted at all the positive comments we received about the booth and Synchro ERP.
Our team of Chris, Dan, Simon and Jean-Marie had a great time chatting and demonstrating the new modules and also a little bit of friendly chat with smiles all round was the order of the days on the booth.
Fear not anyone who could not make it as Support is on hand if you are interested in any of the new developments and as ever we strongly recommend you take a look at it.
We will also be present at GIFA 2019 in June and if you are attending we will look forward to seeing you there.
From the whole Synchro ERP Team, thank you to everyone for their support and thank you Atlanta
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